Budweiser is bringing a bright blue box for sports fans to put their beer in, and it connects with your phone to tell you what is going on inside.
Apple unveiled a lot of new tech today, but the folks on stage also said a lot of things that were just plain not true.
Google may not be able to compete feature for feature with Amazon in the connected speaker world yet, but for now it seems targeting the larger features is a priority.
Your voice can conveniently control all of the light in your house, as long as you're using the right bulbs!
Google launched the Nexus 6P with accessories ready to ship, and its Nexus-branded case is a great addition to the phone.
Google has put a lot of energy into making sure the camera on the Nexus 6P is one of the best. Here's what we captured with this camera.
After the recent violence in its stores, Walmart has fallen in line with the White House and temporarily pulled many games from its shelves.
One side calls it API abuse, the other says nothing to see here. Users suffer the fallout.
The only real wearable computer you can buy right now is going away, but there's something better coming.
I'm a fan of Google Clips, but I want to do more than see these memories on a flat screen. I want to live in them.
The first of the Android Things smart displays is here thanks to Lenovo, and it's clear Amazon has a lot of work to do.
Google has shuttered Spotlight Stories, and that sucks. But what we gained while it was still around was so very worth it.
Cy Wise and Alex Schwartz are back, and their new company is aiming at making XR a whole lot of fun.
Step one of a huge campaign to completely revitalize the first global AR game has arrived, and it is fantastic.
Huge communities of Ingress players have used Google+ as an organizing tool for years, and Niantic still has no solid plans for what happens when it shuts down.
Google wants to encourage creators to do more in VR, and this is going to make that much easier.